Projects

Interconnections: Revisiting the Future

The University of Central Florida, New York Hall of Science (NYHS) and Queens Museum of Art (QMA) are developing Interconnections: Revisiting the Future – an immersive online 3D experience set in the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair (NYWF). Virtual Fairgoers are transported to an accurately modeled venue where they can freely explore more than 140 pavilions. Interconnections weaves together individual threads of singular disciplines found within the Fair into a . . .

Mixed and Augmented Reality

Computational imaging, computer graphics and human computer interaction . . .

Networked Digital Puppetry

Agent behaviors, human computer interaction and network protocols . . .

Physical-Virtual Avatars

Multi-projector rendering & calibration, animatronics, computer graphics and human computer interaction, tracking, Stochastic estimation, sensor fusion, Kalman filters . . .

Resisting Peer Pressure

With Anne Norris, a professor in the College of Nursing, SREAL is working to use digital puppetry in an interactive experience that will help young Latinas resist/avoid peer pressure that can lead to risky behaviors. The game presents real-life scenarios . . .

Visualization

Storage techniques and algorithm design for management and visualization of massively large phylogenetic trees . . .

Other Basic Research

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